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A Practitioner's Guide to Software Test Designby Lee Copeland
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ContentsIntroduction. Testing Basics. Case Studies. Black Box Testing Techniques. Equivalence Class Testing. Boundary Value Testing. Decision Table Testing. Pairwise Testing. State-Transition Testing. Domain Analysis Testing. Use Case Testing. White Box Testing Techniques. Control Path Testing. Data Flow Testing. Testing Paradigms. Waterfall Testing. Exploratory Testing. Exploratory Planning. Supporting Techniques. Knowing When To Stop. Conclusions.
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A consultant in software testing compiles all the important current test design approaches into a single volume so software testers do not have to search for them one by one elsewhere. In a practical rather than theoretical treatment, he introduces each technique with a simple example, then explains the details, what types of problems it can be used with, and its limitations. Exercises are included for self-study for classroom application.
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Written by a leading expert in the field, this unique volume is a comprehensive, up-to-date and practical introduction to the important software test design techniques in use today. The book offers professionals and students all the important test design approaches in an easy-to-digest format. Numerous case studies are included of software testing techniques.
Contains current test design approaches and focuses only on software test design. Illustrates each test design through detailed examples and step-by-step instructions.
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